You’re performing your monthly breast self-examination and find a lump. What now? While it may be easy to panic, remember that not all breast lumps are cancerous and that surgery is not always the first step. In fact, you may not need surgery at all. Mammograms, ultrasounds, and biopsies can help determine the nature of a breast lump and the proper course of treatment. In this short video with Sonima founder Sonia Jones, you’ll learn what steps to take if you do find a lump and the alternatives to removal if the cyst is benign. To learn more about breast health and the Dubin Breast Center in New York City, where this video was shot, click here.

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